B-Canon Wildlife of Star Wars depicts the narglatch as native to Naboo,the article describes them as native to Orto Plutonia,one of them is incorrect. It should be noted that the narglatches depicted in Trespass have manes of fleshly protuberances,whereas in the Naboo version they are shown having a simple crest running down from the back of their head,to roughly middle of their backs. Sochwa 06:46, 31 January 2009 (UTC)
In the picture dipicting two Talz, It says underneath "Two of Orto Plutonia's native Talz" which is an incorrect statement, as the Talz come from their native home planet, which is not Orto Plutonia, but instead Alzoc III. I wish for this Discrepancy to be dealt with immediately. And as Gran Senator Philo once said "I will not deal with this insolence" --Venators 07:14, 8 May 2009 (UTC)
- You're welcome to change it yourself. Everyone has rights to edit this article, as it is not currently under protection. CC7567 (talk) 07:16, 8 May 2009 (UTC)
- I think if they are there for a long time, they count as native. For example native americans are called indians despite they had come from Africa, as all other Human. This statement stands on narglachts too. Darth Morrt 18:10, 8 May 2009 (UTC)
Yes but this is different. For example: If an Ithorian where to move from Ithor to Corascant, their native planet would not change to Corascant even if they've lived there for hundreds of years, but instead their native planet would remain Ithor. They may even be considered to be a Corascant citizen, but that does not ever change the fact they originated, evolved and are native to Ithor. Venators 23:32, 8 May 2009 (UTC)
- It's clearly stated in the Databank entry Mauser provided above. There's no reason to change it. CC7567 (talk) 23:42, 8 May 2009 (UTC)
- If you can edit talk pages, you're fully capable of editing the article itself, so please don't whine to others to do it. However, unless you can provide enough basis for a reason to overrule an official Star Wars source, your edits will be reverted. The Orto Plutonia Databank article clearly says, "That outpost, Glid Station, was soon spied upon by a makeshift Separatist base, but both installations were wiped out by the native Talz." Furthermore, the Talz article states that one of their homeworlds was Orto Plutonia. CC7567 (talk) 03:46, 9 May 2009 (UTC)
I can whine as much as I want to. And anyway, it clearly states on the Talz section of Wookieepedia that "Earliest sightings of Talz are dating back to the days of the Old Republic, which indicates that at least some Talz have left their homeworld at that time. The exact circumstances are, however, unknown, just as when and why the Talz established the colony on the world of Orto Plutonia, since they lacked the knowledge of hyperdrive technology."
This part of the article states that the Talz village on Orto Plutonia is in fact a "Colony on the world Orto Plutonia". Ha! To add to that I am Incapable of Editing what is written beneath the piccture for a reason that is unknown to me. —Unsigned comment by Venators (talk • contribs).
- Have you tried pressing the "Edit the page" button at the top of the page? Infobox information, sucha s native species, should be at the top of the page that then loads up --Jinzler 22:31, 9 May 2009 (UTC)
- Wookieepedia articles shouldn't be used as sources for other articles. And yes, you're welcome to "whine as much as you want to," provided that you're willing to pay the consequences for it. No, that's not a threat, that's a fact. Please do not continue to argue unless you can provide a valid point. CC7567 (talk) 23:00, 9 May 2009 (UTC)
Thank you for your concern... and I have gone ahead and edited it. I will now cease to operate on this discussion page.Venators 05:57, 10 May 2009 (UTC)
- I edited the page. Yet as I return now to check on the progress of... you all, I have realised that the article has been changed back. I wish to inquire as to why this has occured.
I don't ask much. I'm a keen Star Wars fan who only wishes that Luke had been killed aboard the second Death Star. I try really hard for you people. And what do you do? You turn around and slap me! Sure, I may have been dismissive of your claims, not to hurt you, but to maintain an article that shows truth and facts, based on observations. Perhaps we can agree that they are not native, yet state that they have been thought to be by some, and have lived on their colony for quite some time? I mean no disrespect to any here, so be assured that I will not change the article until the majority has agreed. I think it only appropriate that I end with a quote: "Do not let the fact that I am 368 years older than you dull your impression of me, Raynor. I can still- how do you Terrans put it- throw down with the best of them." -Starcraft quote. Venators 10:36, August 12, 2010 (UTC)
- It's already been explained to you that Talz are a native species of Orto Plutonia. The article isn't going to be changing any time soon. Get over it. -- I need a name (Complain here) 11:42, August 11, 2010 (UTC)
- I'm afraid that I just can't. It is very important to me that articles provide factual information.
- It appears to be you and me, 'I need a name'. I will not cease until this article is correct! "For the Greater Good!" Venators 10:36, August 12, 2010 (UTC)
- Hello! Anyone here? This cannot be allowed to continue. I request- no, I demand that this discussion continue. "As our powers over the dark side have blinded you" —Unsigned comment by Venators (talk • contribs).
- "I object! There is no proof!" seems to sum up my feelings towards this subject. They're definitely not native. I will admit they're native if George Lucas himself comes to my house and tells me so. They came from Alzoc III. Might I add that in their official article, supported by sources, that they are stated to be native to Alzoc III, and "They also established a colony on the world of Orto Plutonia.". While you say other articles should not be used as sources, I believe that if others who made the Talz article believed Orto Plutonia was just a colony, and that they are not native, why should you not also? It should and must be changed! Venators 08:28, September 14, 2010 (UTC)